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Oliver and Thea head to Lian Yu to prepare for the arrival of Ra's al Ghul, and to face their mother's killer.
In this new clip from "The Return," Oliver and Thea bond and experience a close encounter with someone they thought was gone for good.
Team Arrow grapples with difficult truths as Laurel faces her own demons, Ollie comes clean to Thea, and Roy gets his butt kicked by a killer DJ.
Oliver Queen is back in Starling City, but a lot has changed in his absence. "Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim talks the hero's return, Atom's powers and more.
Director James Gunn talks about the sequel's "risky" story; Tom Hiddleston preps for his return in "Thor: Ragnarok" and more.
Peggy goes on the run in the next "Agent Carter" episode; Steven S. DeKnight reveals his take on Daredevil and more.
Oliver Queen returns in time to help Team Arrow take down Brick and take back Starling City. Plus, the secret origin of Malcolm Merlyn is revealed.
As Oliver recovers, the rest of Team Arrow swings into action against the increasingly menacing Brick, and Thea stands up to her father.
John Diggle has figured out a number of ways to get Batman's alter ego on the CW series and he wants to see it happen now.
With the apparent loss of Oliver Queen, Diggle and Roy continue his mission, while Felicity begins to question vigilantism and Laurel at last embraces her new identity.
The "Savage Hulk" Funko figure may be a nod to "Ultron's" plot; a clip from the upcoming PlayStation series emerges and more.
Stephen Amell hints that the Lazarus Pit has already appeared on "Arrow"; Ryan Reynolds will head home to Vancouver for "Deadpool" and more.
While Stephen Amell Oliver's Queen won't be embracing one comic book concept, he offered clues about what may have happened following the midseason finale.
Stephen Amell lends his voice to the new add on pack featuring characters from the CW series.
The combined casts and EPs of The CW's DC Comics-based shows talk the impending return of the two shows, and the seasons thus far.
The first promo for "Arrow's" the midseason premiere doesn't reveal Oliver Queen's fate, but it does show plenty of villains -- and a shadowy archer.
The "Sherlock" actor opens up about his strange new role; a casting list may reveal the return of the "Amazing" franchise and more.
Game director Arthur Parsons and the voice of Batman, Troy Baker, spoke with CBR TV about why the scope of "LEGO Batman 3" goes far "Beyond Gotham."
The "Arrow" actor keeps fans speculating during the winter break by posting fan art on his Facebook page.
Amy Adams reveals Lois and Wonder Woman will not fight for Superman's affection; Stephen Amell hints at possible cameo from cousin Robbie and more.
Firestorm wears a riff on his comic costume in teaser photo; Carter fights to clear Howard Stark's name and more.
Reacting on social media to the "Arrow" midseason finale, Stephen Amell states that the show is "bigger than any one character."
Rumor suggests Sony may not be through negotiating with Marvel over Spider-Man; a mystery character will return to "Arrow" in 2015 and more.
Ra's al Ghul comes to Starling City and Sara Lance's killer is finally revealed in a midseason finale that ends with a literal cliffhanger.
EP Marc Guggenheim explains how "Arrow's" Ra's differs from Liam Neeson's, the A.T.O.M. suit and Neal Adams' influence on the show.
The newest clip from the "Arrow" midseason finale sees Team Arrow discover the surprising possible identity of Sara Lance's killer.
Arrow and The Flash grapple with moral issues even as they team up to stop Captain Boomerang's path of death and destruction.
"Arrow" heads to a midseason halt next week, but not before Stephen Amell and Matt Nable battle it out with swords in the snow.
The actor has expressed his desire to travel to all of the currently airing DC Comics shows, including "Gotham" and "Constantine."
A classic team-up, a superhero battle for the ages and the debut of a DC Comics character we've been waiting for all season. Plus ... the Rainbow Raider?
Stars Stephen Amell, Grant Gustin, Emily Bett Rickards and more talk with CBR about this week's two-part "Flash" and "Arrow" crossover.
"Draw Back Your Bow" feels like Season 1 episode as Cupid arrives to Starling City, but a Cinderella-like subplot involving Felicity Smoak and Ray Palmer saves the day.
The boxing glove arrow -- once thought of as a relic from a bygone era in comic books -- made its live-action debut on last night's "Arrow."
Did Roy Harper murder Sara Lance? Is Ted Grant a serial killer? The answers are revealed in this week's episode, which also introduces the Boxing Glove Arrow!
Marc Guggenheim hints at what the future holds for Starling City, Oliver and Felicity's relationship, new heroes & villains and more!
The "Age of Ultron" director discusses getting a different perspective on the super team; "Flash" production designer on the big League shout out & more.
As the hunt for Malcolm Merlyn begins, a fairly uneventful episode of "Arrow" leads to a game-changing introduction.
Oliver & Co. track down Thea, who's been busy, Diggle's concerns about ARGUS grow, and Laurel turns to Ted Grant.
Robbie Amell tells CBR News about his "Flash" debut, playing Firestorm and his hope for scenes with his cousin Stephen, the star of "Arrow."
Robbie Amell talks bringing Firestorm to life with Victor Garber; Neil Gaiman hints at Sandman's inclusion on a separate DC film slate & more.